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ESG Knowledge Share Sessions – Key Carbon Accounting Insights from Crif

June 18 @ 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm

The ESG Working Group is hosting the first of our Knowledge-Share Sessions. These sessions provide a platform for organisations or individuals who can share key insights and information on a topic of particular interest to the Working Group.  

This first session on carbon accounting is brought to you by Crif, a data-driven company operating at a global level and specialising in ESG strategies, analytics, outsourcing and processing services, as well as advanced digital solutions for business development and open banking. Crif are experts at carbon calculation for their clients, working with their impressive ‘data lakes’.  

This session is particularly relevant to the ESG Working Group who have been busy working on their Carbon Framework Initiative. The Working Group recognises the importance of the payments industry being able to accurately measure carbon emissions if they ever intend to reduce them.  

Crif are pleased to share their expertise on how they tackle carbon accounting, where they source their data and how they use it. This Knowledge-Share Session will interest any members who want to advance their carbon accounting understanding and implement more effective ESG strategies in their organisations. 

Throughout the session, Crif will share: 

  • The basics of GHG emissions, including the different scopes, main drivers and current regulations.  
  • How carbon emissions should be measured and their approach to GHG accounting.  
  • Crif’s own ESG Framework and how they use this to measure GHG emissions.  
  • How Crif can surface ESG data on all companies small and large in the UK and Europe 

Agenda 

  • 2:00pm – General introduction to GHG emissions
  • 2:10pm – Crif’s ESG framework and their approach to GHG accounting
  • 2:25pm – Crif’s data lakes and how they use them
  • 2:35pm – Q&A
  • 2:45pm – Finish

 

This discussion will be in the form of an information exchange and will follow Chatham House Rules. 

Details

Date:
June 18
Time:
2:00 pm - 2:45 pm
Cost:
Free

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